Lord Jellicoe laying foundation stone of a war memorial

Lord Jellicoe laying foundation stone of a war memorial
[ca 1920-1924]

Lord John Henry Rushworth Jellicoe (1850-1935), Governor General of New Zealand, laying the foundation stone of a war memorial, probably in Christchurch. A crowd, containing civilians on one side and uniformed army and naval officers on the other, watches the ceremony. Signs are hung on a garden house reading: "Sign cheques here" and "All cheques will be acknowledged". Taken by an unidentified photographer, circa 1920-1924.

Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).

Physical Description: Glass negative

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1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Glass negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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